VCE Film Lecture - Tracks and Charlie's Country (2021)

  • 2021
  • Education
  • 60min

Tracks and Charlie’s Country are post-colonial texts that highlight issues around social justice and cultural respect, while exploring themes relating to identity, belonging, community and country.

This in-depth recorded lecture explores points of comparison and difference, and highlights the language and techniques used to convey ideas in both film and text.

The session runs for approximately 60 minutes and is supported by a free Q&A videoconference.





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